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|NDT.net Issue - 2016-11 - NEWS |
TSC are proud to announce a new European distributor partnership with Koli sp. z o.o. in Poland. Visit both companies on Stand 5 at the 45th Polish NDT Conference, 17th-20th October, 2016.|
As part of TSC’s strategy to expand the awareness and adoption of ACFM® across new regions and markets TSC are proud to announce a new partnership with Koli sp. z o.o., a polish based NDT company who have been established in the Gdansk region for 25 years.
The Koli team has a strong reputation in their field in the polish market, with established expertise in NDT product knowledge, NDT service and consultancy. The team’s experience of inspection and advanced NDT techniques make Koli an ideal partner for TSC and ACFM technology, to move forward with in this market. Next week, 17-20th October 2016, sees the 45th National Exhibition and Conference on NDT being held in Kolobrzeg in Poland. Koli, who will be celebrating their 25th anniversary year, will be on stand 5 and TSC will be joining the Koli team to officially launch our new partnership and the ACFM® product range to the Polish NDT market.
Dr. Mike Smith, Technical Director at TSC Inspection Systems said “It is a very exciting time at TSC, as the next generation of ACFM® equipment begins to come to the fore. We are very pleased to have the Koli team working with us, increasing the awareness of ACFM NDT technology in Poland and providing local and focused support for existing and future ACFM customers”.
TSC’s AXIS™, the ACFM® axle inspection system, will feature on the stand and there will also be a paper presentation on “Axle inspection and other rail applications using ACFM® technology” on Tuesday 18th October. Thread inspection solutions with the AMIGO™ and a new portable ACFM® instrument will also be showcased.
The TSC and Koli team look forward to meeting you and hearing about your ACFM application challenges at the up and coming conference in Kolobrzeg, for further details on this event please click here.
About TSC Inspection Systems
TSC Inspection Systems was established in 1984, as a spin-off from University College London, by a team of Professors and Lecturers who were recognised leaders in the fields of NDT, robotics and fracture mechanics. ACFM® was developed with support from BP, BG, Conoco and Shell, who were keen to significantly improve the reliability of underwater inspection, reduce the reliance on the diver operator and provide auditable inspection records.
TSC offers customers a wide range of support in the execution of subsea and onshore inspection programmes worldwide, including ACFM® system sales and rentals, operator services and engineered solutions for diverless subsea ACFM® deployment.
For further information please visit the TSC Inspection Systems website www.tscis.com